Conducted by David Ogden
At the beginning of April, Dr Elena Hazelgrove-Planel, one of our sopranos, travelled to Nepal to spend a few weeks there as a volunteer GP working for the charity PHASE Worldwide. PHASE (Practical Help Achieving Self-Empowerment) works with mostly Nepalese staff in rural communities.
When the first earthquake struck on 25 April, Elena was in a village north west of Kathmandu, one of the worst affected areas. After six days she was evacuated and travelled to another village to the east - just before the second major earthquake happened. Elena was able to help treat the injured and was deeply moved and inspired by the spirit, generosity, hospitality and resilience of the Nepalese people.
Tickets are £12 for adults, £10 for concessions, £5 for students in full time education and £2 for under 18s, available from www.exultatesingers.org/shop and from Opus 13 Music Shop on 0117 923 0164.
Please do support us in helping this very hard-working, well-placed and established charity at this crucial time of need.
The programme will include:
I will lift up my eyes to the hills and The Lord is my shepherd from Requiem Herbert Howells
The Hills John Ireland
The Moon William Lloyd Webber
Sure on this shining night Morten Lauridsen
Long Road Eriks Esenvalds
Abendlied Josef Rheinberger
Morning Prayer from Three Prayers of Dietrich Bonhoeffer Philip Moore
Chitra’s tune Chitra Karki – Nepalese evangelist
My spirit sang all day Gerald Finzi
The Bluebird Charles Stanford
Evening Song Zoltan Kodaly
Crossing the bar Hubert Parry
Mother of God here I stand John Tavener
Hail, gladdening light Charles Wood
St James' Priory, Whitson Street, Haymarket, Bristol BS1 3NZ
Tickets are £12 for adults, £10 for concessions, £5 for students in full time education and £2 for under 18s
How to book
• Telephone Opus 13 music shop on 0117 923 0164 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm
• Or call into Opus 13 music shop in person at 14 St Michael's Hill
• Or buy on the door on the evening of the concert from around 7pm (cash or cheque only)
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The nearest Bristol City Council car park is on Trenchard Street. Parking is £2.50 for the evening after 6pm. Use the pedestrian exit on level 8 to come out on Park Row and turn right to walk down past the Bristol Royal Infirmary, then turn right down Whitson Street and the entrance to St James Priory is on your left after the bus station.
A limited number of parking for disabled badge holders is available in the car park outside St James Priory itself. Please request parking when you book tickets in the comments box, or email email@example.com.